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Daily Archives: February 14, 2017

Thousands Protest Trump in Mexico City

Thousands of protesters marched in Mexico City over the weekend against President Trump and his policies. The Hill reports: The march, which was themed around the idea of unity, included about 20,000 protesters. One banner read “Gracias, Trump, for unifying … Read More

GOP Chairman Won’t Request Trump’s Tax Returns from Treasury

House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady will not request President Trump’s tax return from the Treasury secretary. The Hill reports: “My belief is that if Congress begins to use its powers to rummage around in the tax returns … Read More

Dems Blast Chaffetz for Declining to Investigate Flynn

House Democrats on the House Oversight Committee slammed Rep. Jason Chaffetz on Monday for refusing to investigate Michael Flynn and his ties to the Russians. The Hill reports: In a letter to Chaffetz, the committee’s Democrats called on him to … Read More

Sanders, Cummings Hit Pharma Company for Drug’s $89K Price Tag

Sen. Bernie Sanders and Rep. Elijah Cummings are looking into a big pharma company that wants to charge $89,000 a year for a drug that can treat a deadly form of childhood-onset muscular dystrophy. The Hill reports: Sen. Bernie Sanders … Read More

DOJ Warned Flynn Could Be Vulnerable to Blackmail: Reports

According to reports, the Department of Justice voiced concerns that Michael Flynn would be susceptible to blackmail. The Hill reports: Former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates feared that Michael Flynn was possibly vulnerable to Russian blackmail attempts, the Washington Post … Read More

Obama WH Photographer Appears to Critique Trump over National Security Concerns

Pete Souza, the man who used to photograph former President Barack Obama, slammed President Trump and his blatant disregard for national security. When we were on the road, national security discussions and head of state phone calls were conducted in … Read More

Federal Judge Says Court Proceedings Will Continue on Trump’s Travel Ban

A federal judge has ordered the case regarding President Trump’s travel ban to continue and not to be delayed as the Trump administration has requested. Breaking: Judge Robart says en banc review of Trump travel ban should NOT slow down … Read More

Trump, Abe Discuss North Korea Missile Test in Public

President Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe discussed the North Korean missile test on Saturday in the public dining room of the Mar-a-Lago resort. That Mar-a-Lago member deleted his FB post with photos of Trump's team apparently reading North … Read More

Trump Returning to Mar-A-Lago for Third Straight Weekend

President Trump is set to head to Mar-a-Lago for the third straight weekend since taking office. The Hill reports: Trump, who has referred to his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Fla., as the “Winter White House,” will return just days … Read More

National Security Adviser Michael Flynn Resigns

National security adviser Michael Flynn officially resigned on Monday over alleged discussions with the Russians about Russian sanctions. The Hill reports: President Trump has named retired Army Lt. Gen. Keith Kellogg as acting national security adviser. Kellogg previously served as … Read More